Internal Washington Post E-Mails Show Paper Editors Wary of Web Success

Based on these internal e-mails, it looks like some editors at the Washington Post dead tree edition aren’t very happy that the web version of the Post is doing well.

The web version, apparently, is outside their control. It’s also growing — one editor frets it has more readers than the paper version — and is making money, besides.

More info on the angst is available here.

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